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Articles, reviews and interviews pertaining to V for Vendetta (2005), directed by James McTeigue.
Filmtracks: V for Vendetta
The soundtrack will entertain you with Marianelli's continuously intelligent ideas. V for Vendetta
In the late 1980s a Leftie writer named Alan Moore, depressed at the state of Thatcherite Britain, wrote a comic book about a superhero of sorts named “V” who almost single-handedly brings down a future fascist British government.
V at ComicCon
A panel discussion transcription including video clips.
V Meets The Secret Service provided some entertainment at the capital recently as one of their members dressed as “V” from the movie Vendetta to deliver protest documents to various government agencies including the IRS.
Skewed & Reviewed: V For Vendetta
V for Vendetta is a film that mixes “The Phantom of the Opera” “Beauty and the Beast” and ?” to create a gothic love story and biting social commentary about the dangers of governmental control and censorship in a society gone awry. (June 21, 2008)
Writing 501 Portfolio: Class Project Contribution, Part II
Analysis by Jeff Cozzens. (December 08, 2007)
Cinerati: Watchmen vs. V for Vendetta
A comparative sales analysis between 'Watchmen' trade sales and those of 'V for Vendetta'. (December 06, 2007)
Bluegrass Film Society: Travis Swinford - Response to V for Vendetta
Ever since the attacks of 9/11 here in the United States, we really shy away from terrorist movies, but in this case you almost feel empathy toward V when he acts against his own country. (April 18, 2007)
Media Monitor: V for Vendetta Against Bush
Consider this film another example of Hollywood being AWOL, or even on the other side, in the war on terror. Commentary by Roger Aronoff. (April 26, 2006)
Confused, Not Thought Through: V for Vendetta
Taken at face value, the film neatly, if inadvertently, captures the bankruptcy of anarcho-terrorist ideology: the mass of the population is reduced to the role of a passive spectator while the heroic individual carries out exemplary, supposedly ‘electrifying’ operations. By David Walsh. (March 27, 2006)
2SecondFuse: V For Vendetta
V For Vendetta is about rebellion and responsibility. It's about taking action to create change, about standing for what is right even if it makes you uncomfortable, scared or places you in danger. (March 24, 2006)
Tucson Weekly : V for Visionary
Someone alert the media. This blockbuster is actually fantastic. (March 23, 2006)
V for Vendetta Anti-American?
"V For Vendetta" is the number one movie in America, but is it anti-American? NBC News' Joe Scarborough wants answers and gets them from movie critic Megan Basham. (March 22, 2006)
BBC News: V for Vendetta Tops US Box Office
V for Vendetta, a political thriller starring Natalie Portman, tops the US box office in its opening week. (March 20, 2006)
Box Office Mojo: V for Vendetta Bombards the Top Spot
V for Vendetta governed the weekend with a forceful $25.6 million at 3,365 locations, including about $1.4 million from 56 IMAX venues. By Brandon Gray. (March 20, 2006)
Movieman's Guide to the Movies: V for Vendetta
In my short lifetime there are a few select movie-going experiences that have stuck out in my head as being incredibly memorable, opinion changing, and eventful. By Chris Gonzalez. (March 17, 2006)
Las Vegas Weekly: London Calling
V for Vendetta is just the least embarrassing movie to date adapted from the work of legendary comics writer Alan Moore. By Mike D'Angelo. (March 16, 2006)
V for Vendetta
As a fix of pop iconography, V for Vendetta is eyeball grabbing, even if it lacks the relentless videogame bravura that sold the Matrix films. By Owen Gleiberman. (March 15, 2006)
Time Magazine Archive Article: The Mad Man In The Mask
The directors of The Matrix make a movie where the hero is a faceless terrorist trying to blow up London. Yes, you read that right. Article by Lev Grossman. (March 13, 2006)
CBS News: So You Want A Revolution?
The film "V for Vendetta" centers on a revolution against a repressive government, a concept David Edelstein says that is meant to jar American moviegoers from their seats. (March 12, 2006)
New York Times: The Vendetta Behind 'V for Vendetta'
To Alan Moore, the god of comic writers, the movie adaptation of "V for Vendetta" is further proof that Hollywood should be avoided at all costs. May require free registration. (March 12, 2006) - 'Matrix' Moviemakers Have Hit With 'V'
“V” is for very good, a little “violent” and very much like “Batman.” By Roger Friedman. (February 27, 2006)
Comic Book Resources: V for Vendetta Set Visit Report
On the evening of June 1st, 2005, a number of online and "real world" press gathered in Central London to witness a live shoot for the upcoming film "V For Vendetta." By Jonah Weiland. (February 16, 2006)
ICv2 News: Vendetta Delayed
The opening date for the Warner Brothers film of Alan Moore and Dave Lloyd's V for Vendetta has been delayed from November 4th to March 17th, 2006. (August 19, 2005)
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